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01-18-17 04:35 PM - Post#1691000    


    In response to ReaperB

Don't think I posted this, but Block 15 out of Corvallis OR makes an IPA called "Sticky Hands" that is one of (if not) the best IPA I've ever had.

btw- Arkansas has a local brewery (Diamond something...) that is actually good! who knew!
 
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01-21-17 11:03 AM - Post#1691295    


    In response to foolish

Had the Focal Banger last night from the Alchemist. Another great dipa . If you see it anywhere , which isnt likely, buy it up.

TreeHouse brewing is next on the list , you can only get their offerings via growler or can at brewery. Very tempting drive.
 
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01-21-17 04:35 PM - Post#1691306    


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I'm 42. My Dipa days are almost over.
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01-21-17 06:38 PM - Post#1691318    


    In response to Baldridge

Deschutes Black Butte porter is solid, especially with a Prensado

Also if your ever in MPLS in the winter you must try Indeed's Rum King. It's the best we have to offer
Dis somanumbatching country was founded so that the liberties of common patriotic citizens like me could not be taken away by a bunch of fargin iceholes... like yourselves.

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01-21-17 06:54 PM - Post#1691321    


    In response to Johnny_Upton

Headed to Dogfish Head in March. One of the best in the country.Although a hike, Cape May is currently my favorite brewery....
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01-22-17 03:17 AM - Post#1691344    


    In response to Johnny_Upton

  • Johnny_Upton Said:
Deschutes Black Butte porter is solid, especially with a Prensado

Also if your ever in MPLS in the winter you must try Indeed's Rum King. It's the best we have to offer



Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA is a great, great beer. The Butte Porter and the Mirror Pond Pale are also excellent. Great brewery.
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01-22-17 08:39 AM - Post#1691349    


    In response to haymaker36

Sorry by I'm not drinking something called Black Butte Porter...
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01-22-17 08:50 AM - Post#1691352    


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Racist!
Dis somanumbatching country was founded so that the liberties of common patriotic citizens like me could not be taken away by a bunch of fargin iceholes... like yourselves.

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02-19-17 06:28 PM - Post#1693674    


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Ballast Point Manta Ray Double IPA is the shit

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02-19-17 06:45 PM - Post#1693675    


    In response to Johnny_Upton

I guess I'll throw my 2 cents in. Just tried Barking Squirrel, a brand from microbrewery Hop City here in Ontario. $14 for a 6'er, but well worth it.
formerly Belak_2 aka Bleka...

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02-20-17 12:57 AM - Post#1693692    


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  • Johnny_Upton Said:
Ballast Point Manta Ray Double IPA is the shit





I can't keep up with these fools anymore. Too much good stuff. I've had the Dorado double, I'll have to try this.

I continue to drink Bear Republic's Racer 5 IPA as my go to.
It's 7.5% ABV and plenty hoppy, but not overly citrusy or piney, which has become the norm on the west coast.

I'm having a Deschutes Fresh Squeezed right now. They are definitely a top 5 brewery for me.
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03-02-17 07:10 PM - Post#1694622    


    In response to haymaker36

Stone Pataskala Red IPA...

I'm a fan of Flying Fish Red Fish but this blows it away. A heavy hitter at 7.7% AVB, it pours a sick looking deep Amber red. Smells wonderful and has malt presence on the finish all the while smacking you in the face upfront with it's West Coast hop character...

Definitely one of the best beers I've had in awhile....
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04-15-17 08:47 PM - Post#1697945    


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Had some good beer tonight at Devil's Creek brewery as my wife and daughters were making unnecessary and expensive pottery across the street....

The Black and Belguim IPA's were fairly decent but the Toasted Rye was very good. It was well balanced and just had enough spice to it..

Nice little brewery for all my South Jersey Wanker brethren...
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07-16-17 05:54 PM - Post#1702023    


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Spent last week in Williamsburg, VA. Nice area for craft beer...

My favorite was Alewerks. The Chesapeake Pale Ale was excellent. The Irish Stoudt on nitro was smooth...

The Virginia Beer Company also had some good choices. The Wrenish Rye was excellent....

It was 10$ a draft at Oktoberfest in Bush Gardens so we only had a couple but the selections were vast. Nice little brewhaus....

Two days during the week were over 100. Got a little dehydrated at Water Country and blew a gasket. Had trouble walking for a few hours but I quickly rehydrated......

Typical 95 drive on a Saturday around DC. Bumper to bumper bullshit for 6 miles....5 hr trip took 8....
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Edited by Baldridge on 07-16-17 05:58 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
 
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09-02-17 08:23 PM - Post#1703697    


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  • Baldridge Said:
Headed to Dogfish Head in March. One of the best in the country.Although a hike, Cape May is currently my favorite brewery....



Milton DE?

Been twice. Great time. The tour is a bit long for my taste... good hour or so.

But the main area is nice. Prob 20+ on tap as good prices. Nice chill atmosphere. Head to Rehobeth (20 miles away maybe?) from there. Lots of gays. But they don't bite. Beyond that, lots of good local eats.


 
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